Types of industrial sheds for manufacturing sites


As a manufacturer, you're probably aware of the importance of having enough working space. Fluctuations in demand can cause the need for added temporary capacity where you can continue to run your operations and meet the needs of your customers.

Industrial sheds provide a flexible and reliable option for adding temporary capacity to your manufacturing site. They make it easier for you to expand your operations to meet additional demand when it is necessary. Here are some common types of industrial sheds that you should consider for your business.

Factory sheds 

Factory sheds are among the most efficient structures for keeping your manufacturing operations going. They are complete, solid structures that can be constructed in many different shapes and sizes. They are also easy to assemble and disassemble, making them the epitome of convenience.

Factory sheds are characterised by their strong construction, high quality, and unique features. From heavy-duty roofs to compete electrical outlets, these sheds contain what you need to ensure you don't miss a single customer order.

Customised sheds

Do you work with unique products that have special requirements? Customised sheds can be designed to meet the specific operational environment that you need. For example, you may be working with products that require special conditions of temperature and pressure.

Customised industrial sheds can be made with refrigeration features, pressure vaults, and other equipment that you can use at the site to keep your operations on schedule.

Prefabricated sheds

With the rise in popularity of modular structures, industrial sheds have not been left behind. Indeed, prefabricated industrial sheds can be built entirely offsite and delivered where you want them to go. This process makes it easier for the shed manufacturers to design a structure that meets your specific needs.

Depending on the site where you want the shed to be delivered, prefabricated sheds can be designed with highly accurate dimensions and quality materials that require minimal maintenance.

Box-type sheds

Box-type industrial sheds are basically steel structures that are built for stability, durability, and weather resistance. They are best suited for high capacity industrial applications such as logging and high power plants.

Box sheds also provide a highly controlled environment where manufacturing processes can proceed unhindered (regardless of outside weather and other environmental conditions).

Hi-tech sheds

If you're looking for an industrial shed with a futuristic design, hi-tech sheds will be an excellent choice for your business. They are built for maximum energy efficiency with sustainable materials and a spacious, sturdy construction.

Hi-tech sheds are designed to minimise energy loss from the structure through better-insulated materials that will lower your utility bills. This makes them long lasting and easier to maintain.

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